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Reading Links 7/18/17


Reading Links…7/18/17

Traci Kenworth



  1. In Angland, men have the magic but women attend to the politics. Cassandra never followed the rules.
  2. Grimnir is a monster, literally.
  3. Provides the backstory.
  4. Three authors featured fantasy to short stories to supernatural.



  1. Marcus sets out to rescue his mother from her arch enemy.
  2. Spencer thinks there’s something sinister in the bushland.
  3. Old school science fiction meets middle grade.
  4. Inspiring books for girls.
  5. Some favorites.
  6. Fictional small-town Japan.
  7. Life as a nun or a grinding pigment for her father’s paint.
  8. How a first story became part of a later series.
  9. A boy discovers his extraterrestrial heritage.


Romance/Women’s Fiction:







  1. A seminal look at modern horror.
  2. Well-written literary works of the dark bent.



  1. Isobel jeopardizes everything with an affair with a terminal—and married-man.
  2. I know a secret. A secret that changes everything.
  3. An abandoned body.
  4. Father Jim has a gambling problem, a girlfriend, and his brother just killed his bookie.


Short Stories/Anthologies/Novella/Comics:

  1. Scifi with romance elements.
  2. The Enhanced League.
  3. Villains take center stage.
  4. Gritty and dark.



  1. Think Homer’s Oddysey.



  1. Harlam Renaissance writer.








I write YA as Traci Kenworth. I also write romance as Loleta Abi.

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